Historic district of Palma with landmark buildings, narrow cobbled streets, churches, cathedral, palaces and mallorcan courtyards, government buildings and public agencies. Famous for its wide range of restaurants, bars, hotels, art galleries, craft shops.
The millions invested in the city of Palma in recent years have meant a great impulse for the city.
Large transactions such as the Telefónica building or the purchase by Inditex of one of the most emblematic buildings in Es Born, the city’s true golden mile, have helped Palma become a favourite for shopping among those with the deepest pockets, both locals and the millions of tourists that visit the Balearics every year. The most exclusive and expensive national and in- ternational brands have flocked en masse in recent years to set up shop here, in many cases with no consideration for the cost. What’s important is to be there.
The sale and renovation of Can Alomar, as well as a proliferation of investors that have made boutique hotels fashionable, predict that Palma is certainly going to be known as the perfect place for a city break.